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College of Social SciencesProviding all students with a strong liberal arts education in traditional and applied social sciences which includes emphases in multicultural, communicative, interdisciplinary and international perspectives on society and the world.
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Cheney, WA 99004
Women's and Gender Studies Research and Awards
Robert Dean, Women's and Gender Studies affiliated faculty and History
Forum Commentary on "Sexuality and Gender in Foreign Relations," Diplomatic History, guest edited by Katherine Sibley, forthcoming.
Kayleen IslamZwart, Women's and Gender Studies affiliated faculty and Psychology
ADVANCE National Science Foundation grant co-investigator. IslamZwart, KA., Castillo,A., Patterson, C., The First Step.' Faculty Work-Life Survey. Poster presented at the National Science Foundation Advance Meeting, Alexandria, Virginia, 2011.
Bartholomew, S., Kalamarides, M., Cole, J., Islam-Zwart, K., Adolf, E., Abou-Ammo, R., "The Effects of Mindfulness on Risk Perception in College Females," presentation with students at the 2012 National Conference of Undergraduate Research Conference, Ogden, Utah.
Kalamańdes, M., Bartholomew, Cole, J., lslamZwart, K., Adolf, E., Abou-Ammo, R., "The Association Between Sexual Victimization and Dissociation and Risk Perception," Presentation with students at the 2012 National Conference of Undergraduate Research conference, Ogden, Utah.
Elizabeth Kissling, joint faculty, Women's and Gender Studies and Communication Studies
Pills, Periods, and Postfeminism: The New Politics of Marketing Birth Control, Feminist Media Studies, 13(4), 2013 (in press).
Editor and Contributor, re:Cycling - the blog of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research http://menstruationresearch.org/blog (2009-present)
"But you look so good" and other things not to say to a disabled person. Workshop, Diversity Week, EWU, May 22, 2012.
"Not Buying It: Portrayals of Gender in the Media". Panelist, Get Lit! Festival, EWU, Spokane, April 14, 2012
Periods and Postfeminism: You. Buy. Kotex. Paper presented at annual conference of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 8-10.
"Learning to See the Invisible Other" (Feminism and Disability Studies). Contemporary Issues in Feminist Research Series, EWU, Cheney. January 18, 2012.
"Yes, There's Even an App for THAT: Menstruation and the Quantified Self." Paper presented at annual conference of the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender, Evanston, Illinois, October 12-16, 2011.
Mimi Marinucci, joint faculty, Women's and Gender Studies and Philosophy
"Courage and Cooperation," EWU commencement address, Cheney, Washington, June, 2011.
"How to Own the Media: Zine Making 101 ," presented First Annual Geek Girl Con, Seattle, Washington, October, 2011
Panelist at First Annual EWU Elimination of Prejudice Day, Cheney, WA, February, 2012.
Panelist for SOWK 541 Gender and Sexism panel, Cheney, Washington, March, 2012.
U.S. Professors of the Year Award Nominee, 2012.
West Plains Chamber of Commerce, Best of the West, EWU Professor of the Year Award Recipient, 2012.
Beth Torgerson, Women's and Gender Studies affiliated faculty and English faculty
"Harriet's Room with a View," The Martineau Society Newsletter, 30: pp. 26-28, January, 2012
"Happy 200th Birthday Charlie! Charles Dickens's 200th Birthday Celebration presented at Tinman Gallery, Spokane, Washington, February, 2012.
"Miss Martineau and her Many Masters," presented at Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, Oct., 2011.
"Harriet Martineau, Mesmerism, and the Maids," presented at the Martineau Society Conference, Tynemouth, England, July, 2011.
Jessica L. Willis, Women's and Gender Studies faculty
Review of Feminist Pedagogy: Looking Back To Move Forward, Robbin D. Crabtree, David Alan Sapp, and Adela C. Licona, Eds. Signs: Journal Of Women In Culture And Society, 36, (2), Winter 2011, 494495.
"Girlhood, Science Fiction And Fantasy: The Undoing of Gender in Early 21st Century Western Culture." Contemporary Issues in Feminist Research Series, EWU, Cheney, January, 2012.
"Gender, Technology And Embodiments Of Girlhood ln Early 21st Century Popular Culture," presented at the Society For Phenomenology and Media, San Diego, California, Feb., 2012.
"Not Buying It: Portrayals of Gender in the Media." Panelist, Get Lit! Festival, EWU, Spokane, April 14, 2012
"Taking Girls' Lives Seriously: What Girls Are Saying About 'Girlhood' At The Start Of The 21st Century," Engaging Young Voices: Childhood Studies Conference, Spokane, Washington, May, 2012.
Sally Winkle, Women 's and Gender Studies director and Modern Languages and Literatures faculty
"Margarethe von Trotta's Rosenstrasse: 'Feminist Revisions' of a Historical Controversy," in Companion to German Cinema, ed, by Terri Ginsberg and Andrea Mensch, Blackwell Press, 2012.
"Critically Examining the Nazi Past through Contemporary German Films," presented at Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association Conference, Scottsdale, Arizona, Oct., 2011